WEBINAR: An Introduction to “New Safety”
(HOP, Safety II, and Safety Differently)
 
June 19, 2019 2:00 PM EDT

This webinar will provide a basic introduction to new safety, discussing how new safety may be different than old or traditional safety (also sometimes called Safety I) and highlighting commonalities and differences between the various new safety schools of thought.
*Please note, this webinar is informational only and is not eligible for CE credit 

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An Introduction to “New Safety”
(HOP, Safety II, and Safety Differently)

In recent years, various forms of “new safety” have come into existence, and more recently, they’re increasingly talked about and implemented. These include human and organizational performance (HOP), Safety II, and Safety Differently.

This webinar will provide a basic introduction to new safety, discussing how new safety may be different than old or traditional safety (also sometimes called Safety I) and highlighting commonalities and differences between the various new safety schools of thought.

Key Webinar Takeaways:

- What is new safety?

- How is new safety different that old safety/safety I?

- Is it really different or is it just hype?

- New safety, work as imagined, and work as performed

- New safety, the root-cause analysis, and learning teams


-Key new thinkers, books and sources

 

About the webinar host: Jeff Dalto

Jeff Dalto is an instructional designer with more than 20 years of experience in learning and development. During 10 of those years, he’s worked a great deal in safety and safety training.

Jeff holds a certificate as a General Industry Safety Specialist from the Pacific Northwest OSHA Education Center, is an OSHA-authorized trainer for 10- and 30-hour general industry, is a member of the sub-committee creating the ANSI/ASSP Z490.2 standard for online environmental, health, and safety training, and writes the Convergence Training blog, where he writes about issues related to safety, training, safety training, and more.